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Macromedia Jrun 4 Tutorial - Getting Started with JRun

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Index Macromedia Jrun 4 Tutorial - Getting Started with JRun


ABOUT THIS BOOK
Developer resources
About JRun documentation
Printed and online documentation set
Accessing online documentation
Other resources
Contacting Macromedia
Part I Introduction
CHAPTER 1 Welcome to JRun
About JRun
Benefits of server-side Java
Benefits of using J2EE
J2EE standards compliance
JRun architectural model
JRun features
Development tools
Dreamweaver MX
Using JRun with your Java IDE
Installing the Enterprise Deployment Wizard in your Java IDE
What to do next
CHAPTER 2 JRun Programming Model
Enterprise application architecture
Enterprise application design
J2EE application architecture
JRun support for the three-tier model
JRun programming environment
JRun servers
Using JRun servers
Starting and stopping JRun servers
Installed JRun servers
Web servers
JRun Web Server
JRun support for J2EE applications
About web applications and JRun
About EJBs and JRun
About enterprise resource adapters and JRun
About enterprise applications and JRun
CHAPTER 3 Introduction to J2EE
J2EE environment
J2EE platform technologies
Components
Containers
Communication
J2EE APIs
EJB 2.0
Java Database Connectivity 2.0
Java Servlet 2.3
JavaServer Pages 1.2
Java Message Service 1.0
Java Transaction API 1.0 and Java Transaction Service
JavaMail 1.2
JavaBeans Activation Framework 1.0
Java API for XML 1.1
J2EE Connector API 1.0
Java Authentication and Authorization Service 1.0
Java Naming and Directory Interface
Common Object Request Broker Architecture compliance
Additional resources
CHAPTER 4 Using Servlets and JSP
Using Java Servlets
Invoking servlets
Servlet benefits
Creating servlets
JRun support for servlets
JRun support for JSPs
Servlets and JSPs
HTTP requests and responses
Writing results back to the client
Using servlet filters
Using event listeners
Handling exceptions
Maintaining page context information
Working with sessions
Tracking an application’s context
Accessing configuration information
Writing servlets in Java
Writing servlets as JSPs
CHAPTER 5 Introduction to EJB
EJB Overview
The parts of an EJB
Container services
EJB types
Session beans
Entity beans
Message-driven beans
Using EJB in JRun
Stubless deployment
Deployment options
EJB clustering
XDoclet
The Enterprise Deployment Wizard
CHAPTER 6 Developing Web Applications
Introduction to web applications
The benefits of web applications
Comparing web applications and enterprise applications
Using web applications
About the web application directory structure
The deployment descriptor (web.xml)
Web applications, JRun servers, and web servers
Mappings
Application mappings
Developing web applications
Creating a web application
Adding web application components
Deploying web applications
Deploying a web application across a cluster
Packaging a web application for deployment
Part II Tutorials
LESSON 1 Servlet Tutorial
Setting up the development environment
Getting started with JRun
Adding a JRun server
Deploying the tutorial enterprise application
Adding JDBC data sources
Compass Travel J2EE application
Coding the logon servlet
Summary
What’s next?
LESSON 2 JSP Tutorial
Creating a home page JSP
Compass Travel tutorial application
Accessing a JavaBean
Summary
What’s next?
LESSON 3 EJB Tutorial
Using EJBs
Invoking an EJB from a JSP
Booking a trip reservation
Examining the code for the reservation EJB
Examining the code for the credit card EJB
Examining the code for the order EJB:
Summary
Tutorial lessons summary
What’s next?
LESSON 4 Web Services Tutorial
Using JRun web services
TravelNet web services application
Setting up the development environment
Getting started with JRun
Adding a JRun server
Deploying the TravelNet enterprise application
Authoring a web service
Generating WSDL from a published web service
Generating a web service proxy client
Creating and using a JSP-based proxy client
Summary
INDEX







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